NEW YORK - OCT 17, 2017: Cardi B attends the TIDAL X: Brooklyn concert at the Barclays Center on October 17, 2017, in New York

Good news for Bronx rapper Cardi B” The “Bodak Yellow” rhymer’s first clothing collection with celebrity-centric label Fashion Nova sold out just hours after its Nov. 15 release date.

 

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SOLD OUT !!!! Will be back soon 😘😘THANK YOU !!!😤😤😤



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The former reality show star shared that some of her line should be restocked in time for Black Friday, and other pieces will be brought back within two to three weeks.

Cardi previously spoke of the line on Beats 1 Radio with Ebro Darden.

“Fashion Nova gave me an opportunity to design what I like, what I want to put out. I’m gonna put out a line with them, a little somethin’ somethin.’ I’m collabbin’ with them for the fall. It’s gonna be great because it’s what I like … They’ve been rocking with me from the beginning. On top of that, Fashion Nova is big. I know a lot of people can’t afford expensive-ass sh*t … so everything is gonna be affordable. I want people to look good and high end with a good budget price. That’s the perfect opportunity.”

Cardi’s good friend and former Love & Hip Hop castmate Remy Ma also just launched her own affordable collection with VIM Vixen and is donating part of the proceeds to the Remy Ma Foundation, helping women post-incarceration.

“I’m so excited to finally launch my very own clothing line through @vimvixen! When I got out of prison, I wanted to do something to support women just like me…women who have done their time and paid their debt to society. Nonetheless, these women are still over-looked and forgotten after being released from jail or prison,” shared the “Melanin Magic” MC. “Resources and services are largely catered to men, disregarding the women that greatly need our support. A portion of the proceeds from my clothing line “The Remy Ma Collection” will go towards my foundation @remymafoundation, which helps women who have experienced incarceration, by providing opportunities and life-long resources to help enhance their lives and the lives of their families.”

 

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